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    Thanks Mark

    Enjoy your delivery! I'd also like to experiment with a holder and some graduated filters at some point.

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    Really well done Patrick. Looks like tricky lighting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    Really well done Patrick. Looks like tricky lighting.
    Thank you. It was a bit tricky. The sun was just above the frame. I tried shading with my hand above the hood but still had a bit of flare to contend with. The mist from the falls was also picking up a bit of the sun, obscuring detail in the rocks. Quite a bit of variation from shot to shot. All good fun!

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    Two pictures taken this weekend on Réunion island.

    The first I'm quite happy with. 500D, 70-200 F/4 IS @ 1/4000, F/4, 200 mm ISO1600


    The second while not very well framed or exposed does have a fun moment of "oh there was a bird in the hole in the clouds" when looking through the pictures in the evening. 500D, 17-55 F/2.8 IS @ 1/4000, F/3.2, 42 mm, ISO 1250
    My gear: Canon 500D, 17-55mm F/2.8 IS, 70-200 F/4L IS, 100mm F/2.8 macro (non-USM), 50mm F/1.4

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    The snow finally came back this week. I took advantage of my first day of ski to take some pictures. Here is the Mont Blanc again.


    Winter morning in the Alps by Tounis_9, on Flickr

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    Pierre - Another beauty. Thanks for sharing... I love the mountain shots.

    Here is a lighthouse at the top of the lower peninsula of Michigan. In the background is the suspension bridge that connects the upper and lower peninsulas. It was taken in October - no time to deal with it until now.


    DK1T0389 by westmichigan, on Flickr
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    A series of three taken from near Boston/Logan Airport looking across Boston Habor at the city:


    Small-3685 by kayaker72, on Flickr


    Small-3702 by kayaker72, on Flickr





    Small-3716 by kayaker72, on Flickr

    Not the exact same framing....I should try that sometime. But similar.

    Thanks for viewing...Brant

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    Brant:
    I really like the last one. I was surprised that you took that with the "M".

    I was in a business trip in northern Indiana, so I took a quick ride up to St Joseph, MI to catch the sunset.


    St Joseph -1307 by westmichigan, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    Brant:
    I really like the last one. I was surprised that you took that with the "M".
    Nice shot Pat.

    The "M" is a pretty darn capable camera. In terms of IQ, I liken it to the 7D, which isn't that surprising considering that they both have 18 MP cropped sensors. It's funny, but as a hobbiest, ultimate IQ isn't always the driving factor for me in my selection of gear. I enjoy the actual act of shooting with a dSLR more than I enjoy shooting with the M. Granted, I also like the benefits of FF over a crop sensor, lens selection, etc. Here, my wife and I were headed out to dinner, but I knew I would want a shot of the sunset behind Boston. Taking the 5DIII really wasn't an option so I took the "M". That is the niche it fills for me.

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    @PatrickH....beautiful scene and a nice job capturing it.
    @Pierre...beauty
    @conropl....very nice scene and composition.

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